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How to add payment method in facebook and make payment

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How I Target BUYERS With Facebook Ads (Audience Insights Tutorial)

Now, before I show you how I use this tool to do that, there’s a couple of few points that I want to run through with you guys, first, just because it’s important that, when we’re going through the process that you consider these and have these in the Back of your mind, plus, I want to show you what I use these categories for and how I actually go about doing the research and planning what interests I’m going to use so number.

One then make sure the interests are relevant to the buyers within your niche. So, for example, then, if we’re in the dog niche there’s two interests here – the dog foods versus I love dog pages. Now the reason we want to target the people, the interests that are relevant to the buyers is because they’re already spending money within the niche. So for the example, then, the dog nish: if somebody’s spending money within the dog niche, then the chances are they own, a dog and therefore they’re, going to be interested in our dog product.

So these two examples were interested in dog foods. Obviously, the chances of somebody who doesn’t even owning a dog be interested in dog food is going to be a lot slimmer than somebody who does own a dog. So obviously that would be a good category of interests to go and target versus the isle of dog pages, so you don’t have to own a dog to like dogs or to love dogs and therefore be part of that interest.

If that makes sense, so essentially what we want to do when we’re targeting on Facebook is just be targeting those people who are already spending money within the niche. The second point, then, is look at the content on the page. So when you’re going to target an interest, you can actually open up the page on audience insights and look at the kind of content. Look at how big the audience is and, more importantly, then, look at the engagement.

What we want, essentially the ideal interest to target, is one: that’s posting content purely relative to dog owners if we’re in the dog niche, for example – and we want to make sure that they’ve got a good high engagement rate, because that’s good for two reasons: number one. If they’re posting that sort of content that’s relevant to dog owners, then the chances are that audience is going to be made up of dog owners and number two.

Then, if it’s got a high engagement rate as well, then it shows people who are active on Facebook. They have no trouble with commenting Things, tagging people and liking posts related to dogs, which is going to be great for our post, because at the end of the day, were advertising on a social media platform. So the more social we can get our audience to be. On our post, it’s just going to be a win-win for us, because it’s going to increase our organic reach and there’s going to be more people, that’s going to see our ad and therefore we’ve got a better chance of making more purchases.

Moving on to number three, then so, the top categories of your interest are mostly niche related. So what I mean by that, then is when we put an interest in here. So, for example, if I put in let’s say just golfers and interest – and we look at page likes – if we look at all of these top categories, a good interest to target would would have the majority of these top categories also related to golf.

I’m going to get more into that later on in the article and why that’s so important and then to finish off the last point, is so the higher the affinity score, the better so again going back to the audience insights. If we have a look at the page like section down here, if there’s an infinity score on the right and what it means, it explains it here, but what it means is basically that how relevant these interests are to your original interest, that you’re targeting and the Higher the affinity score, the better and, as you can see, these are kind of like 24, 27 and 30, which is actually very very low.

So all that being said, then, how do we actually use the tool now before we get into it? I just want to highlight these categories that I’ve got here so celebs and figures, brands, magazines, shops, websites, activities and TV shows. These are typically, then, the ones that I begin with, and I always use a spiritually like this, then to keep track of the interests that I potentially want to target, because if you do this at the same time I’ve created I’d set, it can get messy.

I find it’s just best to record what you’re doing so then, when you start to advertise other products within that niche, then you’ve also you’ve always got like a database of interests. You can come back to for ideas, so I tend to stick with one at a time. So, for example, if we begin with the first one I’ll just take you through like a live example, so we have celebs and figures, and if we go back to our audience insights tool, then in fact a quick point to make.

This is why it’s always handy to have a like a decent knowledge of the niche you’re going into, because when it comes with coming up with interests as a starting point, then it’s going to help. So if we just take the Gaul finish as an example, because I play golf, then I know quite a few famous golfers or famous faces within the space that give me like a starting point. So if we just start with Tiger Woods, for example, we’re on the page like section and what we’re going to be interested in now, is this top categories and the page likes.

So the first thing I’m going to do then, is just have a look at all these top categories and make sure that as many as possible actually related to golf because that’s going to be a good sign and just how many quick browse over all of these Are golfers PGA Tour golf digest tie list? These are all golf brands and pretty much 100 %, and these are related to golf, which is a great sign. But what I’m going to do is just click see, or it’s going to give me another 20 or so categories, and what we want to do is actually look deeper because the further down you can go and still get pages purely related to golf than the better And the stronger sign of it being a decent interest and, as you can see, then, as we start to come out of kind of like the top 10, maybe the top 15, then we kind of start to fade away from golf.

And that tells me, then, that this interest Tiger Woods as an interest isn’t a particularly good one to go out and target, which I knew anyway, purely because you don’t have to be a golfer to know who Tiger Woods is because he’s so famous and therefore his Interest as an audience is going to include a lot of people who don’t even play golf and therefore they’re not going to be interested in my golf product and another way, then to kind of back that up is, if you go down to the page likes X.

Section and if you look at the affinity scores they’re 212 182, so they were much higher than that previous interest. I just showed you, but these are still quite low. We want to join, find ones that have, if any scores of over a thousand, so in other words, then Tiger Woods doesn’t go in my list. What I would do is when I come across an interest that I lock the look of. I would come back on here and put it on my list.

I would come up with say half a dozen per category and then that gives me kind of like my planner pack or then separate that out and set by ad set. So I’d have an ad set that is purely focused on the celebs and famous figures and insert purely based on brands, an ad set of magazines, shops, website, etc. So Tiger Woods isn’t good enough, then. So what I’m going to do is because I know Golf quite well, then I’m going to put in a guy called Sergio Garcia because he’s still pretty popular golfer, but he’s probably not he’s.

Definitely not as well-known as Tiger Woods. And if you don’t play golf, then he probably wouldn’t know who he is so Sergio Garcia and we’re going to do the same sort of thing. So just have a look through the top categories, as you can see, they’re all golf related again and we’re getting down now to the top 20 and, as you can see, we’re still purely talking about golf here. All these categories are still golf related and, as we go further down, then we’re still at 24 is still talking.

Golf we’re still talking golf golf pretty much. All of them are golf until we get to about level 30, which is a great sign. So that’s a stronger sign that Sergio Garcia is an interest, is purely golf. Related has like a kind of more higher value audience and again we can double check this, then, by looking at the affinity scores of the relevant pages and, as you can see so this one’s over 6,000, this one’s 2015 hundred.

So these are all really good and strong signs that Sergio Garcia has an interest in the golf niche would be a pretty good one to target purely because majority, if not all of these are related to golf or the affinity. Scores are high and therefore the audience within Sergio Garcia interest or pretty lot. It’s got a high concentration of other golf interests and therefore that’s a strong sign that people within this interest play golf, because the majority of the interests and top categories and page lights are also related to golf.

If that makes sense. Hopefully, I’ve explained that, well any questions at all feel free leave. A comment down below. I always go back to every single person, so Sergio Garcia is pretty good. One then definitely something I would consider. So he goes on the list and he could be number one and then what you can do from here then now you found your first one. You can build on what audience insights is already given you and what you can simply do.

If I can find at google crome just simply work through kind of these ones, that are it’s, that category you’re going through and if you just click on it and open it up, it’s going to give you an idea it’s going to take to the page. Essentially so you can see goes back to that point I was making earlier. You can see the kind of content. They’re posting then see if it’s relatable to the boys within your niche.

So by the looks of things, then this guy is a coach and therefore coaches. Golf coaches are obviously relatable to people who play golf and therefore potentially good interest to target. Now the way we were going about checking whether he would be a good one. Is we simple just go back to our audience insights and we put it in here. So his name was Michael breed. Let’s try this one and I think that looks like the correct one.

Most of these are relatable to golf. The further we go down we’re still getting golf even in the top 30 and then even in 34 were still getting golf. Related in the top categories, which is a really good sign – and if we just have a look at the page likes, we can see the affinity scores are absolutely huge here, 3,000, over 3,000. 2,000. So again, I would be pretty happy with choosing him as a potential interest to target.

Definitely in fact one that I would test that he can go in the list as well. So we’ve got two pretty decent ones, then, to give us a static point and as you can see, it’s a process that you just go through and you just pretty much take the time, keep doing what I’ve just showed you and just build and build and build On what you’ve got and one thing will lead to another you’ll, probably end up with like 50 different tabs open at one point as you keep opening up pages.

But it’s just the process you go through and definitely a worthwhile process as well. So, in terms of the categories in that I pick for my spreadsheet when doing the research, then these are like that’s top six that I start with, but a good place to kind of get them from is here so the top categories you can have coaches and You can kind of bundle them together, so you can have softwares if it’s relevant to your niche.

Of course. One really good one, especially for golf, would be like golfing getaways, because obviously the only people who are going to be booking these bulk packages, where they go away to play golf every year, going to be people that play golf. So therefore, they’re going to be interested in your products and that would be really good audience and interest to target I’m just going to see if I can find like a bad one to show you guys.

So I think I saw I think it was called barstool sports somewhere. I don’t think it’s on this one. It’s I think it was back with Tiger Woods. I just want to give you guys an example of what a bad one would look like just so you know which kind of interests to stay away from as well. Let me see, in fact we could pick any of these as we go down. So, as you can see, they’re still under the Tiger Woods interest, but that doesn’t necessarily make them good ones to target.

So if we just open up, I mean obviously NFL memes isn’t going to be a good one. So Under Armour then it’s a brand. It’s a huge huge, huge brand within the golf in space, but if you open up that page, as you can see like there’s, probably zero content in here – that’s relatable to golf and therefore, if we were to target Under Armour as an interest for Facebook, then that Interests the audience within that interest is going to include a lot of people that have probably never even played golf in their life and therefore it’s not very specific, and it’s not going to be a very good interested target if you’re ever not sure, then simply and Simply come back to these four points and just run through them, so is the interest relevant to buyers within your niche? It kind of is but not purely specific, to look at the content on the page.

Is it relevant to your audience or your niche? Then? No, it’s not really so already we’re showing bad signs of being an interest to target. Is it top category of your interest that mostly related I’m sure if we will put that in too? In fact, just to illustrate to you guys quickly, if we put Under Armor then into audience incise then I’ll be surprised if we even get one single golf related page. Let’s let this load up so just on the off quick look through, as you can see, there’s not a single page here relate to golf, so that tells you straight away: it’s not a very good interest to target.

If you’re in the golf niche there, it is barstool sports, that’s what it’s looking for so again, if we just open this up then and look at the kind of content, as you can see, there’s no golf content here, so the audience isn’t going to have a High percentage of people who are interested in golf, if that makes sense, hopefully I’m kind of illustrating the points well enough for you guys to understand, and that being said, the guys I think I’m going to wrap the article up there I’d be interested to know how You guys get on with this, actually so make sure you give it a go.

If you want a copy of this, it would be pretty easy to replicate, but if you want a copy, let me know in the comment section down below or hit me up on social media, and I can send it across to you, and that means something guys. I’m wrapping the article up if you’re still reading the article thanks very much really to appreciate it. If you enjoyed the article, then please do drop a like and make sure you subscribe as well.

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How To Create Instagram Ads For Beginners 2020 – Instagram Advertising Tutorial

So I’m going to go through a few of the specs right here and then we’re going to jump on to Facebook and actually go through and create the Instagram ads because Facebook they bought Instagram a few years back And then they just kind of implemented the whole Instagram advertising platform into the Facebook, Ads manager, And so we’ll show you guys how to set that up.

So real, quick guys, We just want to cover some specs on setting up your Instagram ad. So if you go here, I just did a quick, google search. I’m saying like Instagram, add Video links, because you could do images, you could do multiple images, So you can like swipe through like you’re doing on Instagram right or you can even do article It’s like you can see this little. I think it’s bla la land koala lion article now you see like different Placement, so instagrams stories see the specs.

So if you’re, using a article just on the Instagram newsfeed right here, You can see the article length it has to be one to 60 seconds. Okay, so it’s longer than that, they won’t actually allow you to run the ad on Instagram. Okay. So then they come come down here and show you some different technical requirements. So if you go to facebook.Com or what I would do is I would just google Instagram, add article length or something like that, and it was the first search result.

That’s how I kind of found this page right now. We want to go through and check out the Instagram stories, because for those of you guys who would use Instagram, you know you’ve got the feed and Then they kind of copied snapchat a few years back or maybe a year. So I can’t wear the exact time frame, But you’ve got the stories at the top Okay. So it’s pretty cool because you’re going through clicking through your stories, You can actually show up an ad right there and just you know it’s it’s a little bit more in in people’s face, I guess so Kind of cool.

But if you look at this, you can only have a article for 1 to 15 seconds right, so you want to probably shoot a different article based off of where the placement is and make it specific to what’s actually happening and Anyway. So I just want to hit that really quick. Now, Let’s jump over to Facebook And I’m going to show you guys how to go through and get into the ads manager and set up these ads on Instagram right.

So we’re going to either come over here to the ads manager Under the Explorer tab, on the left, hand, column or you come up here to the deck, drop-down right, arrow and going to say, create ads. Okay, so we’re going to cut coming here. It’s going to take us into the Facebook Ads manager and we’re just going to do start over and, Let’s just say, you’re at the initial A Center that kicked me in right into crate, an ad but let’s say we’re starting completely from scratch.

So we’re going to go through and Let me just exit out some of these things so we’re going to go through and create a new campaign all right, So we’re going to say, create a campaign and it’s going to first ask us: What is our marketing objective? Okay, so just like Facebook, This is the same exact thing, but it’s for Instagram. Okay, so, like what objective do we want to Accomplish? Do you want people to read our article? I want people to click to our blog or our website.

You want to generate leads like what do we really want to get at okay, so for this example, Let’s just say we want people to click to our website or a blog, so we’re going to click on traffic for it — here And then we’ll just give It a quick name, then, whatever you want, but I’m going to say: Instagram, demo, Okay and so we’ll hit continue there, And then we could give this ad set an a. This. Is we’re going to go through and choose the target who we want to actually Target, and this is where we’re going to tell Facebook that hey, We don’t want it to just show up on Facebook.

We wanted to show up on Instagram or show up on Instagram and Facebook. You can choose both or choose one or the other. Okay And we’ll show you guys how to do that here in a second, so we’re going to say: Instagram Advertising, demo, okay, just type that in right there, real, quick and So where he come down, we’re going to choose the audience right for right now, I’m I Don’t know, let’s just say, we’re we’re going to target New York City, okay, New York City.

Let’s see it pop it right there, New York, New York, Okay, so that we could do Let’s say We’ll: do a ten-mile radius within New York see nine million people and then we could go and target. Let’s say we’re doing a 25 to 65 and people that, like basketball, okay, so now this is going to drop down to 1.8 million and Then what we’re going to do. This is where the whole Instagram Advertising placements comes into play, where you want to make sure that you’re choosing this right, so Facebook by default is going to say automatic play Smits and it’s going to show up on Every possible place that Facebook can show your ads.

So Facebook, newsfeed facebook, Messenger, Instagram instagrams stories their audience network, There’s a whole bunch of different options. But what you want to do you want to specifically target either the instagrams stories or the Instagram newsfeed. So we want to click on edit placements Come down, and this is kind of cool guys like, although Instagram is pretty much primarily used on your mobile phone, you can actually determine what device like, if you want to say, hey mobile, only or Desktop only or what I would probably do is just leave it as all devices Just because it’s probably not going to be a lot of people on desktop that are going to be going through and searching for Instagram.

But who knows it can happen? Ok, so now what we’re going to Do is what we, what we can do is go through an uncheck all of Facebook. We can uncheck all of audience Network uncheck, all of messenger home and we just choose Instagram feeds. Ok! So now, if we come back over here, We remember if we go to the Instagram feed, we can have a article for up to 60 seconds long, all right, Whereas with if we do the stories We have to do it, at least it has.

It can be a maximum of 15 seconds. Okay, so based off your creative, like whether you’re using a article or image, You could still use an image right. It’s it’s not a problem, But if you’re going to go through and say you want to show the article on your stories and on the news feed, It has to be able to match both of those so like it has to be less than 15 seconds. And if it’s longer, then it’s not going to be able to show up on the stories.

It’s only going to be on the news, feed. Okay. So sometimes, if you’re really going to get detailed into your advertising on Instagram, maybe what you want to do is shoot a different article for the Instagram story. That’s less than 15 seconds. Okay, It’s kinda just like more of a quick hit and then The news feed. You can have a little bit longer article if you’re like, let’s say you’re in real estate and doing an open house And going through and showing that, whereas with stories, If you’re doing an open house, maybe you just got your camera up to your face and say: Hey Jason, We’re up here We’re doing an open house on this day.

Hope to see you there swipe up, because you can actually have them swipe up and click the link And I’ll send you more of the details. Okay, So those are kind of things worse like on your newsfeed. If you have 60 seconds, you can give a little bit more Run-through of the actual whole whole home there. So that’s kind of the differences here For this example. We’ll just choose them both and you can’t so guys get this.

You can go through and choose Instagram and click on Facebook and choose multiple Choose all these different platforms Or you can create a an advertising campaign. Just targeting Instagram and another one just targeting Facebook, So you can kind of see that split test and see the results of how things convert on one Versus how they convert on the other. All right So we’ll see you out of both those right.

Now You can see 1.4 million people and we’ll come down. We can choose a budget, we can do a daily budget. We can do a lifetime budget so like. If you wanted to kind of say, hey I’m going to spend 10 bucks a day, 20 bucks say five bucks day Whatever or you’re like. I only have a lifetime budget of Let’s say: 100 dollars. I want to spend oh that’s thousand hundred dollars And I want to spend that over the next month right So then, you can kind of say: hey spent, set a start and end date and obviously that’ll kind of I mean it won’t necessarily Spend exactly like three Dollars per day, What Facebook does is little starts.

Taking that look at the data and after the first week They’ll say: okay, Tuesdays and Fridays actually perform better. So then, the following weeks, they’ll save up more of the budget for those specific days. Okay, So you’re doing a lifetime budget and it’s not all spending evenly consistently, Don’t worry, They will spend it but they’re trying to optimize it for you, whereas if you’re doing a daily budget, They will shoot to spend, let’s say ten dollars a day every single day.

Okay, So now just coming down link clicks, We could just leave that, as is Difference between link, clicks and landing page views just really quick if you’re brand new to this whole Instagram Advertising or Facebook advertising so link clicks is if they they have the ad and They click on the link that Counts as a link, click and the difference between that and a landing page view If, let’s say somebody’s on their mobile device and they’re like on the subway or something like that.

I don’t get a lot of really good service and they click it that counts for the link clicks. But maybe, if the page doesn’t fully load, then They didn’t really even see what you’re trying to get them to click on right. So if you’re going to go through and optimize a little bit deeper and say hey, I only want to go. I want to optimize for people that are actually going to get landing page views, so they click the link and the page actually loads.

That’s a little bit farther into things And so you’re going to get a little bit better result. So obviously you can go through optimize for either one of those We’ll just leave that link clicks for right now and then we’ll just hit continue and then from here. We can go through and create our Instagram post, okay, and What you want to do typically is add an account. Add your Instagram account. Okay, so you just add an account and you put in your login credentials right there.

You can add an existing account create a new account, whatever it might be, okay And then, as you’re going through, you can go and add the image you can add the you know a carousel would basically be multiple images. So like someone who, like can swipe, You know how, like they have the new feature, We’re like you, can see a post and at like five or ten photos or whatever it is. You can swipe through all the different images.

The articles like we mentioned you want to have 15 seconds Or less if it’s on the Instagram stories, 60 seconds or less on the actual news, feed. Okay, So we’ll go through, We’ll choose an account or you can say if you don’t have an Instagram account or you don’t want to use. If you want to Use a separate one, you can say hey. This is my facebook business page. I want to run things from and use the selected Facebook page as the insta clike up as the the profile on Instagram.

Okay, so that’s best well just leave there, or, as I mentioned you guys, can add into your Instagram account their login. So it’s directly from that account And then, let’s say you’re going through upload a article. You just click that plus button or upload article right here or we can say browse library. Let’s see, I Think, okay, that one’s 50 seconds long this one’s 10 seconds long. So this one can go in both stories right there So like this is kind of a quick article of this home.

So we can go. Have this on the story. We can have this on the newsfeed on both of those and then throw in the website. Url of Where you want to send these people to you so like let’s say It’s Google com, obviously it’s not! You probably want to send them to an actual landing page To get some leads or your website or what But you’re able to see like a quick preview of what this is going to look like okay, So you can see right here.

This is the Instagram feed and then Okay story, media, a speculation has to be smaller than equal Okay, so this is. This is another key point That you can see the specs right over here. So, if you’re doing the Instagram stories, You can see it’s more of like that vertical like how that layout is. So you need to match that, so that the the ratio is the same as that for when you’re doing a story. Okay, so What I would need to do is go back in and see how this is more of that Horizontal view.

We need to make it more just the same ratios, to fit on the Instagram stories there: Okay, which is fine, It’s totally fine, but right now We’re just going to continue on with this, and then we come in here type your text. This is basically just like the the text That would be in your post kind of your typical thing. You see that right there and then You can do learn more ply now here all these different types of contacts or call-to-action buttons right here, I’m just going to learn more just going to leave it at that cuz.

I like. I know it’s not like super In-your-face like sign up down on Oh back by now, or anything like that. Just learn more, It’s kind of more that discovery phase, and then we come down here and that’s pretty much it you hit confirm and you are set ready to go and you’re going through it’s showing that add to the specific people you targeted and with a specific Budget that you chose and Then you’re able to go, see how many clicks and all that stuff inside the ads manager Happened from that post case.

You can see how much cost for someone to go through and click to your website, How much it cost for people to go through and like or comment on the post, all those different options Inside the ask manager all right so anyway, guys Hopefully this was helpful – Is a quick little Instagram advertising tutorial for complete beginners, just kind of get you that foundation of going through and Setting up your ads with Instagram, whether it’s on the stories or the Instagram newsfeed? So if you guys found this article helpful go ahead, give it a thumbs up, Also comment down below.

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How To Set Up Custom Conversions In Facebook Ads Manager | 2019 Tutorial

So what you use custom conversions for is basically, if you have a page and you want to track something – you can use – use the custom conversion to track that. So I’m going to show you how to do that, but before we get into that definitely subscribe.

If you’re new subscriber hit that alert button, so you know what I post a new article event: any comments or suggestions for future articles or for this article leave that down below alright. So let’s actually get right into it, don’t waste any more time! You know how I roll, so what you want to do is once you go to business, stop facebook.Com and you have your account set up. What you’re going to want to do.

Is you want to go to your ads manager? So you just click over here and then you want to go to all tools and then under measure and report you want to go to custom, conversions. Okay, I can make a different articles on different topics. I don’t want to go too in depth today because you can kind of get lost, but that is a good idea that might actually just make a little mini Facebook Ads course, for you guys, you know where things are um, so let’s actually do that.

Actually, I’m right on the spot right, that’s how we do around here, just kind of got to do things alright, so once we’re in the custom conversions area, this is actually a pixel that I don’t really normally use, I’m just starting to use it some more. So, there’s not that much data for my custom, conversions, but what you want to do is click on create custom conversion and then from here you can give your custom conversion a name.

So you can say something like signed up for training. You give it a description. If you want so, for example, signed up for live training on November 15, all right and then you select the data source, so the data source is basically your pixel and I can make another article showing you how to actually put your pixel on quick models. I already made a article about that, but I’ll do an update, a article for you guys coming soon.

So then you want to select the URL traffic, so you can select all URL traffic or you can select standard events. So, for example, if someone were to view content, you can select that or you can select a purchase. So this is basically basically saying if someone view to page and you will select the URL or if someone made a purchase on a particular URL, you can do that. So, let’s actually just say view content for now.

So what we want to do, though, is you want to go into our clickfunnels account or wherever your URL is for whatever particular thing you’re trying to set up all right, so once you are here inside, your clickfunnels account you’re going to want to go to the Funnel that you’re going to actually use and they’re going to go, find the final step, so I’ve been promoting a live training. So if you haven’t seen my live, training on YouTube ads definitely go read that it is getting taken down tomorrow.

So definitely go read that so, let’s just say that I have this training and I want someone to as someone signs up so if they get to the Thank You page, which is this area, I want them. I want to know about that. So what I’m going to do is I’m going to open this up and I’m going to copy this URL and I’m going to go back to Facebook, ad manager and then what I’m going to do here is I’m going to actually put in the rule here.

So the rule is basically as long as this URL contains or doesn’t contain or equals, and someone lands on this, and this will equal a few columns in so we can say equals we can say contains, or does it contain there to clear I like to either Use contained, depending on what I’m doing so, if it’s someone’s making your purchase, though I would select, I would select equals to make sure that that page is the specific page they have to land on.

In order to make that purchase. You can also add multiple other rules, so you can say rule number one they have to land on this page and you can do like doesn’t contain, for example, so like if you had a page. So if they got here, but they didn’t go to the actual, live training room, you can say doesn’t contain and I can actually make a article talking about retargeting as well, so you guys know how to do that.

You can also setup a conversion value. So if you have some type of value for this particular conversion, this is mainly used for like if you have purchases, but so this are just a few content, then you can just leave it here and then once you have done this just by selecting the website Event, you just click create. I wonder if this loads other no okay, it doesn’t other events. Okay, so you can click create and then it’s going to say your custom conversion for sign up for trading has been set up and that’s pretty much it.

So as people go to this page, it’s going to it’s going to trigger this, and it’s going to say this person signed up and then you can make look-alike audiences based on how many people signed up for this training. For this particular train, you can make a look like audience based on the people that actually do sign up. Okay. So, for example, this one you can see here it says active, no recent activity because I’m not promoting this, and this one has no activity X.

I just made these so, for example, for this one it was show active, because someone actually did take this step here. So this category is a lead. That’s what I’m trying to try to show you, but I don’t know why it’s not allowing me to show that, but in any regard, this is how you would set that up and then, if you want to go into your ads manager, you can actually on the Actual dashboard itself, you can actually show those custom perversions.

So if you go to, if you scroll up here, columns and you go to customize columns and you go to convert under conversions and go to custom conversions as soon as it’s loads. You can then select your custom conversions from this area, so you can look at the total, so if you want to select so, let’s just select, some of these are deleted. Okay, let’s select this and we’ll just have this in this actual window, and then we can click apply.

Um Benni adds up those not going to show, but you. If I was running ads to this particular page, then I would know how many people signed up because based on the custom conversion um and then this will show up right here in this area. So that’s pretty much how you would set up a custom conversion. You can have custom conversions for different things. Facebook ad manager used to have different custom conversions, I’m not too sure.

Wouldn’t they change that. So I have to look into that, but it’s pretty simple to set that up and then you can kind of use that for your business but, like I said I will definitely have more tutorials on Facebook Ads just because it’s something that a lot of people kind Of get confused and it’s really not that hard, and you know once you kind of know what you you can definitely get some good results using Facebook as if you know you’re doing so.

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FACEBOOK BUSINESS MANAGER vs FACEBOOK ADS MANAGER

I just wanted to go over these, these differences between business manager and ads manager. Those are the two main portals, the two main pages that you’ll have to get familiar with, as you go into more Facebook advertising and if you’re running ads for other clients or other businesses, then for sure you guys already know that the differences, but a lot of You guys that are beginners, this is beginner stuff, and this is important stuff, and this is really all there is to it.

It’s pretty simple once you really dive into it. But when you come to Facebook, everyone, everyone kind of knows how to run an ad right. They come to Facebook and then they’ll, either click on create’ and they’ll click on add or you can come over here to your drop down and you can click on manage ads and you can get to the ads manager that takes you over here where you can Actually run the ad. What I would do, if I are you is, I would bookmark this page.

This is your ads manager. This is where the green button is at wherever you see this green button make sure you bookmark this page and Facebook’s always changing the format and the layout of, but also you should still be able to see this. This green button, though this is where the magic happens. You want to bookmark this page. For sure this is your ads manager. This is where you’ll be running your ads from, but the business manager is, if you want, is, if you have multiple businesses, let’s say, for example, you have multiple projects that you actually run yourself, your business.

Your actual you know, income like I have like these are all incomes, that these are all businesses that I just setup right now like these are all new accounts. I needed one for my clients. I needed one for my inspire to digital, which is a completely different product, FB ads for beginners, a completely different product digital agency blueprint, the social real estate agent. These are all different products within my business right within my company under inspired digital, so I needed business manager, so I can set up multiple ad accounts, where I can run ads out of these different accounts and be billed for those projects for those ads right like For example, a digital agency blueprint, that’s a that’s a complete different product.

I don’t want to be running ads out of this account from that. I don’t want to be running ads from TS. Rea clients in the digital agency blueprint account right like so. You wouldn’t do that like ads that you that you’re running from inspired digital, you don’t want to be running those types of ads in this ad account because it just it it would get confusing. And when you separate everything it just, it allows you to be more accountable.

It allows you to be able to look at the numbers and know exactly what’s being spent per product or per project or on different on different on different yeah, different things that you got going on. So this right here, these different at accounts. You can only have before you used to have unlimited Facebook would give you like damn near as many as you wanted, but I think now it’s only five. You can only have five ad accounts under your actual name.

Okay, so some of the one ad account I’ll use to run simple ads for clients, but now, as I go into the new year, I’m going to be doing way more Facebook advertising for clients. So I won’t even be running it out of my ad account I’ll, be running it out of their ad account, but I still have this one set up, and then I just set up these other four, because these are going to be for projects that I roll Out in 2020, and so again inspired digital, a completely different product, and I don’t want to be running ads out of that account in the digital agency blueprint account because they’re completely different products.

So this is one huge reason why you would you would want to set up your business manager, so you can have multiple accounts if you have multiple products, if you just have one product and you’re just doing your your one business and that’s it, then then you Wouldn’t necessarily need business manager, you’ll just need the ads manager and again the way you get to the ads manager is come over here and click on create and click on, add and that’s going to bring you to the ads manager.

100 % of you guys have this part setup by default, it’s already there. This is one account right. You guys have one ad account and you’re running everything out of that one ad account – and here is the ad account up here, so you have that one out account now the business manager, it’s only for those that have multiple businesses, multiple products and you need multiple Accounts: okay, that’s number one and then number two reason why you would need business manager is, if you’re actually running ads for clients.

So if you’re running ads for clients, then you’ll need to access their business page and that’s done through the business manager through the business manager you go into the settings. I have articles on how to request access to business pages. In fact, I cut a article. A few days ago, so go back and look at that. One um actually know what I’ll tie it to the end of this one so so stay to the end of this one, and I’m going to tie it to the end of this.

One you’ll see that pop up at the bottom here at the end of this article. That’s how you request access to someone’s business page. So, if you’re that individual, if you’re, that freelancer, if you’re, that that that marketing agency and you’re going to be running ads for other businesses, you’ll need business manager to request access to their business. Page. Ok, so stay to the end of this article and you’ll see a pop up.

You can read that one if you do not know how to request access to other people’s business page. So that’s the second reason why you need business manager. The third reason why you would need business manager is, if, let’s say, for example, these are all your products right. Let’s say you just start blowing up and you’re, crushing it and you start making a ton of money, and you start hiring people to delegate this stuff to.

You can start assigning roles and start attaching their name to these accounts, so they can maybe log in update it run an ad manage your facebook business page. This is, as you start to grow and, as you start to get bigger, you start to bring people onto your team. Those are people that you can give access to to these different ad accounts or give access to the entire system or give access to your facebook business page.

Then you’ll need business manager, so you can start assigning roles to different people, so business manager is super. Super important and again a lot of you guys that are solo, solo, solo, printers and you’re just individual, and it’s just you right, you’re, your own! It’s just you you most likely have different projects that you want to roll out right. You probably have different ideas of different things that you want to start rolling out, set up.

Your business manager set up your business manager. That way, you can have different ad accounts and you can start testing out of different accounts, those different products. Okay, so this is the business manager you guys the ads manager is simply to run ads out of. This is where, once the business manager is all set up and in it’s all said and done, I’m going to still have to come over here to run my ads, so the ads manager bookmark this page, the business manager bookmark this page and what I do on The business manager is, I actually bookmark the business settings so once I set up the business manager, then I’ll go over to the business settings, and this is this is a page that I actually bookmark.

So it’s this one, it’s this one up here so I’ll bookmark. This page for sure and then and then and then I could manage all these different accounts, all these different pages. I can request access to all these different pages. I can. I can set up all the settings all right here. This is all business manager, business settings. So you for sure want to do that and when you, google, to setup your business manager come over to Google and just Google it Facebook business manager and then as you’re over here, you can read about what it what it is.

The business page overview like about Facebook, business manager. So let’s read about what what it says here on the Facebook page of about Facebook, business manager, business manager helps advertisers, integrate Facebook, marketing efforts across their business and with external partners. So that’s what I was talking about. You can use this free platform to run and track your ads manage assets such as your pages and add accounts.

Add an agency or marketing partner to help manage your business. Keep your work and personal life separate. Your business manager is a central space to manage your business separate from your personal Facebook profile. You don’t have to worry about mixing your business and your personal content. Anyone can use business manager so create business manager. If your business has a marketing team, you manage assets, which is you manage multiple Facebook or Instagram assets.

Assets such as a Facebook such as facebook pages, add accounts or apps. So, if you’re an agency, if you’re a freelancer and you’re accessing other people’s business pages, that’s what this is referring to. You use it as a vendor. You work with vendors to help create, run or manage your pages or ads, but want your business to maintain ownership of all your assets. You need control over your over access and permissions.

You want complete jurisdiction over your assets without giving ownership to people who assist your business operations. You want your business to grow. You want to keep your business. Secure. Business manager is gradually introducing new safeguard tools through the new Security Center to help you maintain control reassess. So that is the most the more technical you know definition of Facebook business manager, but hopefully you guys understand it by now and a lot of you guys are just starting out.

You know. Abs manager is kind of where you’ll spend your time and all you’ll need. But as you grow as you take on clients, if that’s your thing, then your business manager is what you’ll want to set up as well, so Google, Facebook business manager and it will take you to how to set it up. You guys super super simple. In fact, you know what let’s just mines already set up, so it’s not taking me through it, but here’s a set up, create business manager right here.

So tell you right here how to set it up. Bam right here, go to business. Facebook.Com create account enter your name enter a name for your business, your name and work, email address and click next enter your business details and click Submit. That’s it, and so my business is inspired digital and that’s why everything is separate from from my personal name. It’s oh, it’s its own asset, it’s its own entity and it sits right there on Facebook all right.

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FACEBOOK ADS MANAGER Tutorial (2019) – Campaigns Vs. Ad Sets Vs. Ads

So, let’s dive in and the easiest way to really explain all this stuff. You can see kind of you have the look at your campaigns, your ad sets and your ads right up here.

So you can just click and flip through each one of those tabs and The campaign, if you think about it like, should be drawing something like a board or something like that. It’s kind of like at the top and then you kind of like it’s like a pyramid right. So within one Campaign you can have multiple ad sets and then within each ad set you can have multiple ads All right. So, for example, like one campaign might be to get leads and then you’re targeting people in you know Texas, you’re, targeting people in Florida you’re targeting people in California.

Those would be different ad sets and then you would have different. You could have different ads within each one of those ad sets or You could have the same ads within each Mo’s. That says now. I know that’s probably confusing, Let’s jump in and break down exactly What all these are. So if we click on create’ right here, You can see so it’s start over. We have the campaign Okay, so campaign. It says: what’s your marketing objectives Like what do you want to do? Do you want to get people to click to your website? Do you want people to like or comment on your Facebook post? You want people to convert into leaves you want people to go through and make a purchase like.

What do you want So like that’s, basically telling Facebook, because the truth is guys. Facebook has so much data on all of their users that they know what users are more likely to click to a website. They know which users are more likely to kalaiy or comment a post, which ones are more likely to buy something online or by some Specific product online or to opt into a lead generation site. So all that different stuff.

So, that’s why you want to tell them exactly What you’re wanting to do And that’s why a lot of people actually fail with Facebook Ads as they’ll go through and on their Facebook page. So let me just pull up my Facebook page, really quick to show you guys this example So on their Facebook page here, They’ll come down and they’ll make a post And what happens if this will ever load up is you’ll. Get this little boost post button right here, Okay, on every single post that you make boost post and then people will be like, oh well, I boosted my post.

I, like you, know I put money behind it. I did the targeting all that stuff because they made it really simple: just click right. There Cuz obviously they’re going to make it simple, because this is an easy way for Facebook to make money. Then you just go through choose your targeting, who you want to target and you hit boost right. You spend five ten twenty bucks a day, However, when you go through and hit boost posts, this is choosing the market objective of Engagement.

Okay, Which means Facebook is going to show that posts of people more likely to like and comment on your posts, Not necessarily go and click to your website or generate a lead or make a sale or any of that stuff. So Sometimes you do want to do that. Sometimes you do want to go, get the engagement, the social proof behind a post. That’s really good for branding Right, but you don’t always want to do that So the campaign that is your marketing objectives And will hit those different market objectives here in just a second and then your ad set.

This is your targeting Okay! It’s who you want to target This is going to where you’re going to target the custom audiences that we’ve created the look-alike audiences. Alright, this is where you’re going to choose the age, the gender. If you wanted to do interest or a specific location, Any of that! That’s all in the ad set level: that’s telling Facebook who you want to target And then you can see and they’ve made it really simple.

That used to not have it like this, But they made the structure very, very simple, Okay, and So you can see this. The audience like I just explained in the placement, So what the placement is is. Are you going to place your ad on Facebook, I’m the newsfeed? Are you going to place into Facebook right hand, column? Are you going to place it in the Instagram newsfeed? So it’s kind of like old, traditional marketing.

Do you want in the magazine? Do you also want in the newspaper? Do you want it on the billboard? Do you want on the radio So just like all the different places that Facebook owns, which they actually own? Quite a bit of space right So, like you’ve got the Facebook stories. We’ve got the Instagram stories. You’ve got. You know the Instagram newsfeed Facebook newsfeed, So we’re ever. You want to place it we’re going to dive into which placements, I believe, are the best and when you should go through, and You know, expand it out to more places We’ll get into all that stuff here.

But then also your your budget and your schedule, like You, want to spend five dollars a day, ten dollars a day, a hundred dollars a day, or do you want to spend a lifetime budget of $ 100 over the course of a month? Or do you want this? The campaign spent $ 5 and ongoing until you shut it off Whatever it is, and then the ad is obviously what you actually see on Facebook or even on Instagram. So it’s the image, it’s the headline, It’s the text and the copy of all that stuff and we’ll get into the different ad formats And when to use each one and how to use each one.

What what things to really think about here in a later article! So with that said guys what, when it comes to what your market objective, there’s there’s several things that we got ta think about and, like I said, We need to know what our marketing objective is and Facebook has all this data on all of these users. So if we want to send people to our Website just to kind of check out a new blog post that we have or whatever We’re going to use traffic, if we want them to like or comment on our Facebook posts, We would use engagement.

Okay, if, obviously, if you guys have a app or something like that mobile app you’d use this one, I’ve never used it. If you want people to go through and read a article that you’ve promoted, you’d use article views because Facebook knows which people are more Likely to sit on their phone or souther computer and read a article on Facebook All right Now this one, as I mentioned earlier, If you’re brand new starting out, You don’t have any custom audience of any existing users or any existing buyers or leads, or anything like that.

This is a great one, because then you go shoot a you know two three-minute article talking about your product services, whatever it is, Promote it for, like five bucks, a day run it for ten days You spend fifty bucks and you’ll have a few thousand people. Usually you can get article views for about one penny per article view Okay. So if you look at that and that’s a three second article view, that’s not like a ten or you know, 25 percent view of the article.

But if you look at that, you Five dollars per day – That’s 500 people that are reading the article and it’s going to be exposed and reached a lot more than that. So that’s a really quick and easy way, simple way to go through and expand that audience lead generation right here is not necessarily using Landing pages kay we’re going to actually do as section on lead forms, because that’s a little bit a little bit different.

But basically, you run an ad and it’s to get a lead right: schisms, name, phone number, email address or even physical address and Then, instead of sending them to another website like a landing page to get that lead. What you’re going to do is there’s a pre-built form on Facebook. They click it, It pops open and then it pre-populates with all the information they already have on file with Facebook.

Okay, so it’s really cool. It’s really powerful. There are some pros to it. There are some cons to it, We’ll cover those as well and then messages. This is to get people opting in and starting that communication with facebook Messenger, Which is super powerful as well. If you go through kind of the facebook Messenger bot course that we’ve got the module in here, then that’s going to be able to help you as well with this piece and then We’ve got conversions, which this one is going to be more.

This one’s going to be big time with landing pages right or, if you’re, converting somebody into an actual purchase or sale or whatever. So that’s with the pixels, creating those custom, conversions all that That’s where you’re going to use this now catalog sales. This is going to be a lot more for e-commerce stuff, but to be completely honest, I’ve not done a ton with that, because I don’t run ecommerce stuff store visits.

This is a newer one. I haven’t done a lot with that Brand awareness and reach. I messed around with those a little bit, But as far as like going through and reaching a broad audience and building a custom audience, I like to use article views still for that. So So those are kind of different things, and one thing that I would like to just kind of like Just say so you guys kind of are aware On this traffic one.

You might look at that. You may like, oh, why would I ever use that? So I’m just going to use the conversions or the lead generation right here if you’re trying to generate leads. However, If you guys remember from the retargeting section, If you’re not spending enough money each week to get at least twenty convert, You actually want to do this traffic campaign. Okay, because Facebook’s their conversion algorithm, It really optimizes and really starts working which you’re getting about 15 to 20 conversions per week.

So that’s about two to three per day. So if you’re spending only like two to three dollars on a retarding campaign, That’s probably not enough money being spent to actually get those 15 to 20 conversions. So I would do is. I would spend two to three dollars on the the traffic campaign and run that okay, So those are just kind of some of the different marketing objectives, We’ll get diamond deep into each one of these will show you guys how to set them up.

I just kind of wanted to get to that and explain like why you would use different ones and when you would and Then even kind of break down the campaigns ad set and AD level. So with that said guys, I will see you in the next article


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How To Create Instagram Ads For Beginners 2020 – Instagram Advertising Tutorial

So I’m going to go through a few of the specs right here and then we’re going to jump on to Facebook and actually go through and create the Instagram ads because Facebook they bought Instagram a few years back And then they just kind of implemented the whole Instagram advertising platform into the Facebook, Ads manager, And so we’ll show you guys how to set that up.

So real, quick guys, We just want to cover some specs on setting up your Instagram ad. So if you go here, I just did a quick, google search. I’M saying like Instagram, add Video links, because you could do images, you could do multiple images, So you can like swipe through like you’re doing on Instagram right or you can even do article It’s like you can see this little. I think it’s bla la land koala lion article now you see like different Placement, so instagrams stories see the specs.

So if you’re, using a article just on the Instagram newsfeed right here, You can see the article length it has to be one to 60 seconds. Okay, so it’s longer than that, they won’t actually allow you to run the ad on Instagram. Okay. So then they come come down here and show you some different technical requirements. So if you go to facebook.Com or what I would do is I would just google Instagram, add article length or something like that, and it was the first search result.

That’S how I kind of found this page right now. We want to go through and check out the Instagram stories, because for those of you guys who would use Instagram, you know you’ve got the feed and Then they kind of copied snapchat a few years back or maybe a year. So I can’t wear the exact time frame, But you’ve got the stories at the top Okay. So it’s pretty cool because you’re going through clicking through your stories, You can actually show up an ad right there and just you know it’s it’s a little bit more in in people’s face, I guess so Kind of cool.

But if you look at this, you can only have a article for 1 to 15 seconds right, so you want to probably shoot a different article based off of where the placement is and make it specific to what’s actually happening and Anyway. So I just want to hit that really quick. Now, Let’s jump over to Facebook And I’m going to show you guys how to go through and get into the ads manager and set up these ads on Instagram right.

So we’re going to either come over here to the ads manager Under the Explorer tab, on the left, hand, column or you come up here to the deck, drop-down right, arrow and going to say, create ads. Okay, so we’re going to cut coming here. It’S going to take us into the Facebook Ads manager and we’re just going to do start over and, Let’s just say, you’re at the initial A Center that kicked me in right into crate, an ad but let’s say we’re starting completely from scratch.

So we’re going to go through and Let me just exit out some of these things so we’re going to go through and create a new campaign all right, So we’re going to say, create a campaign and it’s going to first ask us: What is our marketing objective? Okay, so just like Facebook, This is the same exact thing, but it’s for Instagram. Okay, so, like what objective do we want to Accomplish? Do you want people to read our article? I want people to click to our blog or our website.

You want to generate leads like what do we really want to get at okay, so for this example, Let’s just say we want people to click to our website or a blog, so we’re going to click on traffic for it — here And then we’ll just give It a quick name, then, whatever you want, but I’m going to say: Instagram, demo, Okay and so we’ll hit continue there, And then we could give this ad set an a. This. Is we’re going to go through and choose the target who we want to actually Target, and this is where we’re going to tell Facebook that hey, We don’t want it to just show up on Facebook.

We wanted to show up on Instagram or show up on Instagram and Facebook. You can choose both or choose one or the other. Okay And we’ll show you guys how to do that here in a second, so we’re going to say: Instagram Advertising, demo, okay, just type that in right there, real, quick and So where he come down, we’re going to choose the audience right for right now, I’m I Don’T know, let’s just say, we’re we’re going to target New York City, okay, New York City.

Let’S see it pop it right there, New York, New York, Okay, so that we could do Let’s say We’ll: do a ten-mile radius within New York see nine million people and then we could go and target. Let’S say we’re doing a 25 to 65 and people that, like basketball, okay, so now this is going to drop down to 1.8 million and Then what we’re going to do. This is where the whole Instagram Advertising placements comes into play, where you want to make sure that you’re choosing this right, so Facebook by default is going to say automatic play Smits and it’s going to show up on Every possible place that Facebook can show your ads.

So Facebook, newsfeed facebook, Messenger, Instagram instagrams stories their audience network, There’s a whole bunch of different options. But what you want to do you want to specifically target either the instagrams stories or the Instagram newsfeed. So we want to click on edit placements Come down, and this is kind of cool guys like, although Instagram is pretty much primarily used on your mobile phone, you can actually determine what device like, if you want to say, hey mobile, only or Desktop only or what I would probably do is just leave it as all devices Just because it’s probably not going to be a lot of people on desktop that are going to be going through and searching for Instagram.

But who knows it can happen? Ok, so now what we’re going to Do is what we, what we can do is go through an uncheck all of Facebook. We can uncheck all of audience Network uncheck, all of messenger home and we just choose Instagram feeds. Ok! So now, if we come back over here, We remember if we go to the Instagram feed, we can have a article for up to 60 seconds long, all right, Whereas with if we do the stories We have to do it, at least it has.

It can be a maximum of 15 seconds. Okay, so based off your creative, like whether you’re using a article or image, You could still use an image right. It’S it’s not a problem, But if you’re going to go through and say you want to show the article on your stories and on the news feed, It has to be able to match both of those so like it has to be less than 15 seconds. And if it’s longer, then it’s not going to be able to show up on the stories.

It’S only going to be on the news, feed. Okay. So sometimes, if you’re really going to get detailed into your advertising on Instagram, maybe what you want to do is shoot a different article for the Instagram story. That’S less than 15 seconds. Okay, It’s kinda just like more of a quick hit and then The news feed. You can have a little bit longer article if you’re like, let’s say you’re in real estate and doing an open house And going through and showing that, whereas with stories, If you’re doing an open house, maybe you just got your camera up to your face and say: Hey Jason, We’re up here We’re doing an open house on this day.

Hope to see you there swipe up, because you can actually have them swipe up and click the link And I’ll send you more of the details. Okay, So those are kind of things worse like on your newsfeed. If you have 60 seconds, you can give a little bit more Run-through of the actual whole whole home there. So that’s kind of the differences here For this example. We’Ll just choose them both and you can’t so guys get this.

You can go through and choose Instagram and click on Facebook and choose multiple Choose all these different platforms Or you can create a an advertising campaign. Just targeting Instagram and another one just targeting Facebook, So you can kind of see that split test and see the results of how things convert on one Versus how they convert on the other. All right So we’ll see you out of both those right.

Now You can see 1.4 million people and we’ll come down. We can choose a budget, we can do a daily budget. We can do a lifetime budget so like. If you wanted to kind of say, hey I’m going to spend 10 bucks a day, 20 bucks say five bucks day Whatever or you’re like. I only have a lifetime budget of Let’s say: 100 dollars. I want to spend oh that’s thousand hundred dollars And I want to spend that over the next month right So then, you can kind of say: hey spent, set a start and end date and obviously that’ll kind of I mean it won’t necessarily Spend exactly like three Dollars per day, What Facebook does is little starts.

Taking that look at the data and after the first week They’ll say: okay, Tuesdays and Fridays actually perform better. So then, the following weeks, they’ll save up more of the budget for those specific days. Okay, So you’re doing a lifetime budget and it’s not all spending evenly consistently, Don’t worry, They will spend it but they’re trying to optimize it for you, whereas if you’re doing a daily budget, They will shoot to spend, let’s say ten dollars a day every single day.

Okay, So now just coming down link clicks, We could just leave that, as is Difference between link, clicks and landing page views just really quick if you’re brand new to this whole Instagram Advertising or Facebook advertising so link clicks is if they they have the ad and They click on the link that Counts as a link, click and the difference between that and a landing page view If, let’s say somebody’s on their mobile device and they’re like on the subway or something like that.

I don’t get a lot of really good service and they click it that counts for the link clicks. But maybe, if the page doesn’t fully load, then They didn’t really even see what you’re trying to get them to click on right. So if you’re going to go through and optimize a little bit deeper and say hey, I only want to go. I want to optimize for people that are actually going to get landing page views, so they click the link and the page actually loads.

That’S a little bit farther into things And so you’re going to get a little bit better result. So obviously you can go through optimize for either one of those We’ll just leave that link clicks for right now and then we’ll just hit continue and then from here. We can go through and create our Instagram post, okay, and What you want to do typically is add an account. Add your Instagram account. Okay, so you just add an account and you put in your login credentials right there.

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You can add an existing account create a new account, whatever it might be, okay And then, as you’re going through, you can go and add the image you can add the you know a carousel would basically be multiple images. So like someone who, like can swipe, You know how, like they have the new feature, We’re like you, can see a post and at like five or ten photos or whatever it is. You can swipe through all the different images.

The articles like we mentioned you want to have 15 seconds Or less if it’s on the Instagram stories, 60 seconds or less on the actual news, feed. Okay, So we’ll go through, We’ll choose an account or you can say if you don’t have an Instagram account or you don’t want to use. If you want to Use a separate one, you can say hey. This is my facebook business page. I want to run things from and use the selected Facebook page as the insta clike up as the the profile on Instagram.

Okay, so that’s best well just leave there, or, as I mentioned you guys, can add into your Instagram account their login. So it’s directly from that account And then, let’s say you’re going through upload a article. You just click that plus button or upload article right here or we can say browse library. Let’S see, I Think, okay, that one’s 50 seconds long this one’s 10 seconds long. So this one can go in both stories right there So like this is kind of a quick article of this home.

So we can go. Have this on the story. We can have this on the newsfeed on both of those and then throw in the website. Url of Where you want to send these people to you so like let’s say It’s Google com, obviously it’s not! You probably want to send them to an actual landing page To get some leads or your website or what But you’re able to see like a quick preview of what this is going to look like okay, So you can see right here.

This is the Instagram feed and then Okay story, media, a speculation has to be smaller than equal Okay, so this is. This is another key point That you can see the specs right over here. So, if you’re doing the Instagram stories, You can see it’s more of like that vertical like how that layout is. So you need to match that, so that the the ratio is the same as that for when you’re doing a story. Okay, so What I would need to do is go back in and see how this is more of that Horizontal view.

We need to make it more just the same ratios, to fit on the Instagram stories there: Okay, which is fine, It’s totally fine, but right now We’re just going to continue on with this, and then we come in here type your text. This is basically just like the the text That would be in your post kind of your typical thing. You see that right there and then You can do learn more ply now here all these different types of contacts or call-to-action buttons right here, I’m just going to learn more just going to leave it at that cuz.

I like. I know it’s not like super In-your-face like sign up down on Oh back by now, or anything like that. Just learn more, It’s kind of more that discovery phase, and then we come down here and that’s pretty much it you hit confirm and you are set ready to go and you’re going through it’s showing that add to the specific people you targeted and with a specific Budget that you chose and Then you’re able to go, see how many clicks and all that stuff inside the ads manager Happened from that post case.

You can see how much cost for someone to go through and click to your website, How much it cost for people to go through and like or comment on the post, all those different options Inside the ask manager all right so anyway, guys Hopefully this was helpful – Is a quick little Instagram advertising tutorial for complete beginners, just kind of get you that foundation of going through and Setting up your ads with Instagram, whether it’s on the stories or the Instagram newsfeed? So if you guys found this article helpful go ahead, give it a thumbs up, Also comment down below.

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Graphic Design Tips for Digital Marketing and Social Media – the #weareslam show ep 3

Welcome to the we are slam, show a show where we share marketing trends, best practices and ideas to help your business grow, and today I have with me Whitney Brockman. She is our art director here at slam agency and today we’re going to share some tips and some best practices on how to design for digital. Yes, I’m very excited stuff, yeah yeah.

So this is the type of stuff that Whitney does day in and day out, for slam and for our clients, and so I’m really excited, because this is a this is going to be some good information that you can use immediately. You can take back to your teams to your agencies and you can you can get some good work done so Whitney welcome to the show Thanks. So today we’re talking about best practices for designing and digital, and more than anything, we have to realize that print and digital are two completely different things.

Print in many cases is still relevant, but most of the design work is going digital at this point. So let’s talk about like, what’s the one, the big thing that people should keep in mind so traditionally the clients that I’m working with have been more towards the print side of design, and it’s been interesting to have them translate what they’ve been doing in print to Digital because it is dramatically different, there are limitations.

There are, you know, restraints that you can’t necessarily it doesn’t translate in digital world and you really have to grab the attention of the viewer and when I am given tasks and projects to work on, I really have to think about the big picture so like what It what’s the goal who’s going to see this who’s this for and if it’s a campaign, when is it going to end, so I can figure out the best way to get the most attention and engagement right off the bat and that that big picture is important Because, with print you know like a magazine ad or something like that, you’re designing it, it’s going through several different stages of iterations of you know.

Process might take a few weeks or a month to design going back and forth with the client and then at some point in the future. Like you see it in a magazine and that’s that right yeah, you can’t, if you see it once, you can’t necessarily go back and find it through all your magazines, but on social media. It is interesting because if you remember an ad, you can easily go find it with a lot of campaigns, you’re going to have multiple ads on multiple platforms.

So you can do those ads targeting your audience, and you know they’re going to see that over and over again, which is really great and that’s why you have to think about the big picture. It’S not just one ad. It’S not going to just be there for just one person to see and with a print ad. Typically, you want to include as much information as you can in the ad. Typically, that’s what we see a lot of, but in digital, like you, said, think of the big picture like that.

Storyline is constantly happening across different blogs different times, and you have opportunities to communicate that message over time. You don’t have to do it all at once and because, most of the time, the ads going to click through to a page where you can put all the information you want, so the driving factor is you just have to make it look good. You have to make it different. You can take risks because it’s a digital platform.

It’S like I said it’s only going to live for a couple days. You can take risks, that’s what’s important and that’s that’s one of the advantages of digital is that you can try new things and because and because of that – or you can do that, because you have essentially instant feedback built into each of the Train of flexibility. Yes, so like we post something on Facebook and instantly, we know whether or not that design and that copy is engaging and whether it’s having the effect we want it to have easy, well easily trackable.

You know if, if you have one post that you post one day and it’s getting all this feedback a lot of likes and comments and shares, you know they were doing right. But then you maybe post something very similar with a different image and you can see that it’s not engaging and you really got to sit down and you know dissect that feedback and figure out what makes one post better than the other. And we are talking a little bit earlier about just like this traditional process, which typically, you know, takes time yes and the digital process, which, because of the nature of digital, we are able to create content today and post it today and get our feedback today, and Because of that, you, you mentioned earlier to be quick, like don’t sit on ideas, especially when they’re relevant you know in this world we have things going viral every day and and you can’t wait a week if something’s gone viral, if you want to jump on board, You got to get going and figure out the best way for your team, or you know yourself to manage your time and get what needs to get out as fast as you can and because you have a format or a blog, where things only last.

For a couple of days, it’s okay! If it’s not perfect, right right exactly and if you make a mistake, you can delete it, which is nice. You can re-edit re-upload, so um. I think the thing that drives the most results is taking those risks within the brand guidelines, of course, of course, stay on stay on bran, but take those right and within the blogs guidelines. That’S probably the final point that we mentioned is that yeah, you mentioned a little bit earlier about advertising on Facebook and the 20 % rule, but just in general, every network is going to have some sort of guidelines right.

So it’s become second nature for me because I do it so much, but if you aren’t aware of especially with Facebook guidelines for advertising, there’s a limit for the amount of words that you can have on an ad. So it’s you want to really have the strong imagery making sure that your ads are going to be the most boosted and going to reach the the biggest audience there you go so Whitney. Thank you for sharing with us on how to design for digital.

If you have questions about how you should be designing for digital or just about designing in this day and age period, Whitney is going to be answering your questions on this article. So leave a comment, a question right below this article and we nee we’ll get back to you with an answer right away. So thank you for reading. We’Ll see you next time. Thank you. Thanks for reading, if you like what you just readed subscribe, then hit that Bell you’ll be the first to be notified when new content goes live.

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Graphic Design Tips for Digital Marketing and Social Media – the #weareslam show ep 3

Welcome to the we are slam, show a show where we share marketing trends, best practices and ideas to help your business grow, and today I have with me Whitney Brockman. She is our art director here at slam agency and today we’re going to share some tips and some best practices on how to design for digital. Yes, I’m very excited stuff, yeah yeah.

So this is the type of stuff that Whitney does day in and day out, for slam and for our clients, and so I’m really excited, because this is a this is going to be some good information that you can use immediately. You can take back to your teams to your agencies and you can you can get some good work done so Whitney welcome to the show Thanks. So today we’re talking about best practices for designing and digital, and more than anything, we have to realize that print and digital are two completely different things.

Print in many cases is still relevant, but most of the design work is going digital at this point. So let’s talk about like, what’s the one, the big thing that people should keep in mind so traditionally the clients that I’m working with have been more towards the print side of design, and it’s been interesting to have them translate what they’ve been doing in print to Digital because it is dramatically different, there are limitations.

There are, you know, restraints that you can’t necessarily it doesn’t translate in digital world and you really have to grab the attention of the viewer and when I am given tasks and projects to work on, I really have to think about the big picture so like what It what’s the goal who’s going to see this who’s this for and if it’s a campaign, when is it going to end, so I can figure out the best way to get the most attention and engagement right off the bat and that that big picture is important Because, with print you know like a magazine ad or something like that, you’re designing it, it’s going through several different stages of iterations of you know.

Process might take a few weeks or a month to design going back and forth with the client and then at some point in the future. Like you see it in a magazine and that’s that right yeah, you can’t, if you see it once, you can’t necessarily go back and find it through all your magazines, but on social media. It is interesting because if you remember an ad, you can easily go find it with a lot of campaigns, you’re going to have multiple ads on multiple platforms.

So you can do those ads targeting your audience, and you know they’re going to see that over and over again, which is really great and that’s why you have to think about the big picture. It’S not just one ad. It’S not going to just be there for just one person to see and with a print ad. Typically, you want to include as much information as you can in the ad. Typically, that’s what we see a lot of, but in digital, like you, said, think of the big picture like that.

Storyline is constantly happening across different blogs different times, and you have opportunities to communicate that message over time. You don’t have to do it all at once and because, most of the time, the ads going to click through to a page where you can put all the information you want, so the driving factor is you just have to make it look good. You have to make it different. You can take risks because it’s a digital platform.

It’S like I said it’s only going to live for a couple days. You can take risks, that’s what’s important and that’s that’s one of the advantages of digital is that you can try new things and because and because of that – or you can do that, because you have essentially instant feedback built into each of the Train of flexibility. Yes, so like we post something on Facebook and instantly, we know whether or not that design and that copy is engaging and whether it’s having the effect we want it to have easy, well easily trackable.

You know if, if you have one post that you post one day and it’s getting all this feedback a lot of likes and comments and shares, you know they were doing right. But then you maybe post something very similar with a different image and you can see that it’s not engaging and you really got to sit down and you know dissect that feedback and figure out what makes one post better than the other. And we are talking a little bit earlier about just like this traditional process, which typically, you know, takes time yes and the digital process, which, because of the nature of digital, we are able to create content today and post it today and get our feedback today, and Because of that, you, you mentioned earlier to be quick, like don’t sit on ideas, especially when they’re relevant you know in this world we have things going viral every day and and you can’t wait a week if something’s gone viral, if you want to jump on board, You got to get going and figure out the best way for your team, or you know yourself to manage your time and get what needs to get out as fast as you can and because you have a format or a blog, where things only last.

For a couple of days, it’s okay! If it’s not perfect, right right exactly and if you make a mistake, you can delete it, which is nice. You can re-edit re-upload, so um. I think the thing that drives the most results is taking those risks within the brand guidelines, of course, of course, stay on stay on bran, but take those right and within the blogs guidelines. That’S probably the final point that we mentioned is that yeah, you mentioned a little bit earlier about advertising on Facebook and the 20 % rule, but just in general, every network is going to have some sort of guidelines right.

So it’s become second nature for me because I do it so much, but if you aren’t aware of especially with Facebook guidelines for advertising, there’s a limit for the amount of words that you can have on an ad. So it’s you want to really have the strong imagery making sure that your ads are going to be the most boosted and going to reach the the biggest audience there you go so Whitney. Thank you for sharing with us on how to design for digital.

If you have questions about how you should be designing for digital or just about designing in this day and age period, Whitney is going to be answering your questions on this article. So leave a comment, a question right below this article and we nee we’ll get back to you with an answer right away. So thank you for reading. We’Ll see you next time. Thank you. Thanks for reading, if you like what you just readed subscribe, then hit that Bell you’ll be the first to be notified when new content goes live.

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